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Options October 4, 2012: Dusty In Paris

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  Footage for this episode of The Dusty Show was gathered in Paris, France on a recent trip I took there with my wife, sister-in-law, and her husband. It was difficult for me to interview people there. The unfamiliarity and the language-barriers made me extra shy and hesistant. I suppose it is noticable. Still, it was fun to attempt it, an we all had the best of times in magical Paris. What a wonderful, if expensive, city! Can't wait to return one day. I do want to note that most of the music on this show was taken from the boom-box in our Paris lodgings. I have no idea who the artists were or what the songs were. Sorry about that. Anyway ... on with the show!

Oh, wait! One more thing. We are in the midst of a silent fundraiser at the station. We are already one week in to this two-week effort and my pledges are woefully LOW. If you could make a pledge, I would really appreciate it. Thanks so much!


Tour Boat Guide, Enoch, on the Seine River in Paris
An Interview with Oliver, a Shop Owner, in the St. Germain Neighborhood of Paris
1:04 ----- Organ and Preist Singing. Audio from Inside the Notre Dame Cathedral
1:48 ----- An Interview with Charles in St. Germain, Paris
4:58 ----- Jingle for Skyrock Radio in Paris - http://www.skyrock.fm/front/
5:08 ----- French Boombox Song #1 - Artist/Song Unknown
5:59 ----- Our Seine Boat Guide Announcing the Louvre Museum
6:16 ----- An Interview with Nathan from Australia in St. Germain, Paris
7:31 ----- French Boombox Song #2 - Artist/Song Unknown
8:08 ----- An Interview with Ryan from Tunisia in St. Germain, Paris
10:05 ----- Audio from an Italian Restaurant at a Huge Flea Market in St. Ouen de Clignancourt, Paris
DJ Mam's  Zumba He Zumba Ha   Options Fiesta Buena    2012  MP3  10:30 ----- French Boombox Song #3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjH5xGplPvM   
11:10 ----- Interview with an Indian Man in St Germain, Paris
12:25 ----- Seine Boat Ride Announcer Speaks About the Concorde Bridge - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pont_de_la_Concorde_(Paris)
12:38 ----- Interview with Two French Women Outside a Tavern in St. Germain, Paris
16:15 ----- French Boombox Song #4 - Artist/Song Unknown
16:50 ----- An Interview with Marcel and Laura from Cologne, Germany in St Germain, Paris
18:35 ----- More from the Italian Restaurant in the Huge Flea Market in St. Ouen de Clignancourt, Paris
18:51 ----- An Interview with Jaconda in St Germain, Paris
21:17 ----- French Radio Commercial from our Boombox
21:37 ----- An Interview with David, an Italian Living in France - St. Germain, Paris
22:40 - A Salute to Fabio from a Countryman
23:08 ----- An Interview with Zebulon from Australia in St. Germain, Paris
25:43 ----- French Boombox Song #5 - Artist/Song Unknown
26:36 ----- An Interview with Uide and Rashida Outside Her Coffee Supply Shop in St Germain, Paris
28:19 ----- Our Boat Announcer on the Seine Directs our Attention to the Eiffel Tower
28:37 ----- An Interview with Joanne and Cheryl, Two American Women in St. Germain, Paris
33:13 ----- French Boombox Song #6 - Artist/Song Unknown
33:57 ----- Dixieland Street Musicians in St. Germain, Paris
34:05 ----- An Interview with Frank, a Masseur in St. Germain, France
Bhakti  Bada Bada Bede Bede   Options ?  ?  ?  MP3  35:48 ----- Boombox Song #7 - I am trying to research these where I can. I think this is the artist and song.   
36:23 ----- Promo for Fun Radio - L'aisson Dancefloor - Paris - http://www.funradio.fr/
36:37 ----- Our Seine Boat Announcer Points Out the Golden Flame - The Site where Princess Diana Died - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flame_of_Liberty
36:56 ----- An Interview with Christian from Cameroon in St Germain, Paris
41:07 ----- French Boombox Song #8 - Artist/Song Unknown
43:16 ----- An Interview with Jaques and Muriel from Fontainebleu in St. Germain, France
44:10 - Our Boat Announcer on the Seine Directs our Attention to the Notre Dame Cathedral
Cy Coleman  Reverie In Topaz   Options The Ages Of Rock  MGM    LP  44:46 ----- The Tape Turn   
45:11 ----- An Organ Grinder in St. Germain, Paris - (He had invited a small boy to turn the crank on the music box, hence, the melody advances very s l o w l y)
45:53 - Slapping the Thinker at the Musee Rodin in Les Invalides, Paris - http://www.musee-rodin.fr/
46:13 ----- An Interview with Mr. & Mrs. Ed Nakahara of Los Angeles, CA near Auguste Rodin's, The Thinker - Musee Rodin, Les Invalides, Paris
47:47 ----- Tuba-Led Band of Young People Outside Les Jardin des Plantes - Paris
48:00 ----- Attending a Performance of Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" at Les Palace de Justice, Paris. Music Performed by the Classik Ensemble Featuring David Braccini - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCSraqmdLF4
49:36 - Our Seine Boat Guide Points out the Former Home of some Big-Time Philosophers.
49:45 ----- French Boombox Song #9 - Artist/Song Unknown
50:13 ----- Emergency Vehicles on the Cuai Des Grands Augustine - Paris
50:27 ---- Our Boat Announcer Points Out the "Kissing Bridge" in Paris - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bl1Y_x8GDsE
50:46 ----- Excerpts from a Performance of Gregorian Chant Music at the Notre Dame Cathedral - Paris - 10/2/12
51:45 ----- French Boombox Song #10 - Artist/Song Unknown (Moroccan Station)
52:14 ----- More SIrens
52:31 ----- End of our Boat Tour of Paris on the Seine and Impromptu Beat Box Performance by Enoch, our Tour Guide
53:30 ----- Another Skyrock Promo and French Boombox Song #11 - Artist/Song Unknown
54:54 ----- Icelandair Stewardess Welcomes us to New York upon Landing at Kennedy Airport
Bill Wyman  (Si Si) Je Suis Un Rock Star   Options   A&M  1981  MP3  55:33   
58:09 ----- DJ Outro
  That's it for another edition of The Dusty Show. I hope you enjoyed this audio trip to France. I feel so fortunate to have been able to spend a week in that wonderful city. I had few expectations going in and all were met and exceded, to say the least.

Thanks for those who have pledged during our Silent Fundraiser. My pledge count looks to be pretty anemic, but I know you'll come through in the end as you always do!

Don't forget, next week .... Fabi vs. Clay - DUEL III. From the way Fabio sounds, this will be the LAST ONE. I guess he's tired of being outclassed and drubbed by me, at least according to my sophisticated point-keeping system. I already have a 110-point advantage going into next week, so I stand a good chance of keeping my undefeated status! I hope you can tune in for this FOUR-HOUR DUEL starting a 1pm eastern tke next Thursday, 10/11/12. Other special surprises should be in-store too.

UNtil then, take care my friends. Thanks for your continued loyalty and support. Remember to email when you can ...


Always Remember ...

Clay Pigeon - NYC - 99 Gobama!

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Listener comments!

  6:02pm Philo Gristle:

Avatar 6:02pm Clay:

  6:02pm kata:

bonjour Clay ! missed the show last week; psyched about your French edition !
  6:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Welcome back Clay!
SO GLAD you did a Dusty show while on vacation! Dusty-heard-round-the-World!!
  6:02pm kat330:

Hi, Clay! (second?)
  6:03pm Matt from Springfield:

Did you make a bootleg recording from Notre Dame? That was the most Catholic Mass-y organ I think I've ever heard! :)
  6:03pm kat330:

Something happened to my first note -- Philo must have canceled me out through our ISP. :)

Clay, hope you visited the Jeu de Paume?
Avatar 6:03pm Clay:

Hi Matt, Philo, Kata, kat. Had to do this one really fast. Started at 6:30 this am after jet lag crash.
  6:04pm Matt from Springfield:

Hello kata!
Hello Philo and kat! (I think Philo's comment works, because "third" is the third word of the comments! :)
Avatar 6:04pm Clay:

I think we did, kat!
  6:04pm common:

the funniest banter since bryce and kurt
Avatar 6:04pm Clay:

Lots of French radio samples in this ep.
  6:05pm Philo Gristle:

Thanks for making me look good, Matt! Hello, all!
Avatar 6:05pm Clay:

Common, dude. Hello!
  6:06pm common:

hello and thank you for being you so well!
  6:06pm Carmichael:

Hiya Clay.
  6:06pm Fredericks:

  6:06pm Matt from Springfield:

Funny you have an Aussie on--I was just about to comment that the French who speak English very well kind of remind me of an English "Antipodean" accent, like NZ or South African.
  6:06pm other david:

Howdy, this is shaping up to be a great one
  6:07pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Any french protest talks?
  6:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi common, Carm, Fredericks, OD!
All other Claytonites/Pigeonistas!
  6:08pm Night Al:

I've always loved french squeeze box music.
  6:08pm Fredericks:

Broadening your palette, no?
  6:08pm kat330:

Matt, I posted the Mitchum, btw. ;)
Avatar 6:08pm Clay:

Braodening away Fredericks. Good to see you.
  6:09pm Philo Gristle:

Always interesting to hear 'outside' views; I try to read what the Finnish papers say about the US topics to get some perspective. Hello OD!
  6:09pm Matt from Springfield:

"The card" goes International!
  6:10pm kat330:

There's room in a full heart for both White and Clay, Dusty!
Avatar 6:10pm Clay:

Mitchum. Ha! Yes, Fredericks, the card made it across the pondique.
  6:10pm Phillip in San Antonio:

i hope the french don't like Gangam Style.
  6:11pm Night Al:

So you got to gaze upon the Mona Lisa?
  6:11pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Ah, thought that was another kata with her name disappearing!
Some browsers are like that--at work I have to manually refresh my comments, but every browser I've used keeps my name until I change it. Others mileage seems to vary.
  6:12pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: All those "-water" names on Hearty's board--mix dusty and water, you get white clay! :)
Avatar 6:13pm Clay:

I just saw Gangham style for the first time. Loved it. I did see the Mona Lisa, Naight Al! And Whistler's mom, and the Thinker!

Thanks for your pledges! Please consider supporting FMU right now. We can always use a fin or two. I am the 1% at this moment.
  6:14pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Well the real winner of the debate last night once again are the corporations. As always.
  6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Clay, it sounded like she said "CITIZEN-journalist"! She's a compatriot!
Have to go back and listen for it!
  6:16pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, "Whistler's mother" is in the Louvre? That's a worldwide prominent place for such an "American" painting.

@Clay: I bet you liked this 80s sounding track just now!
  6:18pm Matt from Springfield:

He had a lot of fun, and wishes to visit soon! (Or maybe he wishes YOU would visit soon. Rusty in spoken Deutsch..)
  6:18pm kata:

wow Clay, your german pronunciation is good !
  6:18pm dale:

bon jour clay! sometimes i'll listen to paris radio stations on my squeezebox and they really love their techno
  6:19pm kata:

Clay, did you ask about their new socialist president ?
Avatar 6:20pm Clay:

Danke, Kata! Ich bin ein kartofeln. Dale! The radio was fun there. Good to hear from you.
  6:20pm Phillip in San Antonio:

I will eat some goulash tomorrow at Oktoberfest for you Clay.
  6:20pm Matt from Springfield:

MOPAL (Message of Peace and Love) to the WORLD, from the WORLD!
  6:21pm Night Al:

Very clean subway there I heard?
  6:21pm kata:

potato ? ha
  6:21pm david:

howdy all
Avatar 6:21pm Clay:

I like goulash. The Chef-Boy-Ardee kind. MOPAL ... I LOVE that, Matt!
  6:23pm kata:

australians are everywhere.. so are italians !
  6:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@Night Al: The M├ętro!
Berlin had a great song from '82 or so, "The Metro" referring to the Paris system.
  6:24pm Matt from Springfield:

I came up with MOPAL a few weeks ago--I keep using it because it has enough vowels to make it a rounded word!
  6:24pm kat330:

Give us your MOPAL from your moped!
  6:24pm david:

how can we sleep when our beds are burning
  6:25pm Matt from Springfield:

He moved from the "Gold Coast" to Melbourne--Gold Coast being the southern most coast part of Queensland, up in the hot, equatorial north.
  6:25pm david:

could anyone parse what that Italian dude said to Fabio?
Avatar 6:26pm Clay:

It was hard for me to approach people in Paris. Shyness. Fear. A challenge!

Matt ... I hear it like "Buick Opel" Mope-ul.

Midnight Oil, David. Sung by the governor of Florida.
  6:26pm kat330:

These Australians are Men Not at Work.
  6:26pm RCinMT:

This show is making me Frantic.
  6:26pm Matt from Springfield:

This one is dedicated to you and your squeezebox, dale!
Avatar 6:26pm Clay:

Men Without Work. Super Group.
  6:27pm kata:

did you get a good dose of French attitude at all Clay ?
  6:27pm kat330:

Hey, Matt, Philo and I are listening through a Squeezebox, too!
  6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: That will be the "Midwestern" pronunciation then, as I was imagining "Mo-Paul"!
  6:27pm kat330:

D'accord! Love that word.
Avatar 6:29pm Clay:

Kata, the people dressed very fashionably and were generally friendly.
  6:29pm Phillip in San Antonio:

So Jim Leher just got trampled last night.
Avatar 6:30pm Clay:

It was a difficult debate to watch, Phillip.
  6:31pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Yeah, Romney was killing from the beginning and you could feel it.
  6:32pm dale:

philos gota squeezebox matt never sleeps at night
  6:32pm david:

gemini and scorp, interesting
  6:32pm kata:

yes, the women are so elegant and sophisticated there.. I'm just asking because I usually manage to piss off a French person at some point in the trip, usually for not knowing or pronouncing French perfectly.
  6:32pm Phillip in San Antonio:

  6:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Just go to Union Square on a Wednesday, Mormon sisters, you'll find Clay soon enough! :)
  6:32pm Philo Gristle:

I hope O is using the strategy that he lets Rmoney punch him in the first round so he can surprise and knock him down in the second and third.
  6:33pm ?:

  6:33pm Matt from Springfield:

Camembert!! Did I hear that right??! :D
  6:33pm Night Al:

No debate for me. I went to the final Rays baseball game instead last night...Evan Longoria hit 3 homers, Fernando Rodney set a MLB record for low ERA at .60, and B J Upton tipped his hat being his last Rays game after 8 seasons with the Rays.
  6:33pm david:

I feel like if I don't piss off a french person I'm not doing it right... I know the french piss off the french too...
  6:33pm kat330:

@dale: Non. Kat's gotta a squeezebox / Philo never sleeps at night. ;) [it was my birthday present]
  6:34pm kat330:

Just for fun, Clay, did you ever go into a restaurant and order Freedom Fries?
  6:34pm kata:

true that David ! actually so refreshing how they don't hide their fury; but maybe because I've lived in the west too long where "it's all good" !
  6:35pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo: It's unlikely to go a whole election and not be on the defensive at all--Romney was aggressive because he desperately needed to be. There's two more to go, and now Obama knows Romney's debating strategy better.
  6:35pm kata:

Camembert is one of my favorite cheeses.
  6:37pm david:

And west coast rage only seems to come out when the people get in cars...
Avatar 6:37pm Clay:

The debate was sad, in that, it was all about scaring people as opposed to inspiring people. Would prefer more of the latter. Romney was all red meat and "whatever it takes to get elected" statements. Obama was dignified, but America isn't so impressed with that, I guess. We'll see how it plays out.
  6:37pm kat330:

We just had an appetizer of President's brie on ciabatta, Kata (nice rhyme and ties together a few threads here. :)
  6:38pm Matt from Springfield:

We are nothing if not energetic! Not all of it is *good* energy, but still, good to know we have that going for us... :)
  6:38pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Any good flea markets in Paris?
Avatar 6:38pm Clay:

kat ... I did allude to Freedom Fries at dinner one evening. Didn't exactly initiate brays of laughter, nor peels. Peals?
  6:38pm Philo Gristle:

@Matt I did think Obama was better than the pundits suggest; he put out his message, and avoided hitting back (seemed purposeful). He got better as the evening progressed, and Romney got worse. Mitt was bouncing up & down on the closing bit.
Avatar 6:39pm Clay:

Phillip, yes, we went to a terrific HUGE flea market somewhere on the outskirts. The dollar is weakly, though.
  6:39pm kata:

sounds yum Kat, getting hungry. But I've been off of dairy for three weeks now and considering veganism because I've been feeling so good ! probably just "mostly" vegan not 100%.
  6:40pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Aww man!
  6:40pm david:

dyNAMism I like how they accent everything on the second sylLABle
  6:40pm Philo Gristle:

But mostly I was disappointed by the lack of good debate. Nothing new there, of course.
  6:41pm kata:

I missed last nights debate completely. sounds like I didn't miss much.
  6:41pm Night Al:

So what I'm hearing here is most current French music sounds like Falco's "Rock Me Amadeus".
  6:41pm david:

I feel like we're in for a dose of Les Rita Mitsouko if I haven't missed it already... :)
  6:42pm Phillip in San Antonio:

You are right on that one kata.
  6:42pm kat330:

I applaud the philosophy, Kata. I just don't think I can do it. I can't claim to be cat-like in every way, but loving fowl and fish (and cheese) is one at least. And stretching. Purring once in a while. :)
  6:43pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo: For sure, the media "narrative" has been stuck on Obama being ahead, they want to shake that up any way they can; I don't think Obama did as bad, either.

The economy is still not great--being aggressive with "IT COULD HAVE BEEN MUCH WORSE!" isn't good politics--it was probably the right choice stand in defense against Romney's attack, and wait for his weak spot to show later on.
  6:44pm david:

Julie did a masterful tape flip for you last week, Clay...
  6:44pm kat330:

How fine is this? Philo's first U.S. election after he was naturalized was 2008 and Obama. He's one for one while I'm something like 2 for 10.
  6:45pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Who was it, who said on the comments sometime ago that everyone needs a good purr once in a while :)
  6:45pm northguineahills:

I tried a drinking game for the debate last night, and I had to quit w/in 20 minutes, as I was afraid I wouldn't wake up in the morning.
  6:46pm kat330:

Dunno, Matt -- maybe one I didn't grrrrrrrace?
  6:46pm Matt from Springfield:

That's right david! Flawless!
Julie wants a Triumvirate reunion sometime! Ideally a chat-and-calls *in addition to* a Trium DJ battle!
  6:46pm david:

  6:47pm Night Al:

HA HA... he said "Do you think Romney can pull it out in the end!"
  6:47pm david:

+1 on full Triumvirate reunification
  6:48pm Matt from Springfield:

Antonio V!! One of my very faves, word up!
  6:48pm Beavis:

  6:48pm Night Al:

Will Ferrell ... "I got two poses, the Thinker, and the Stinker!"
  6:48pm Matt from Springfield:

@Night Al: Are Mormons allowed to do that, I know the Catholics don't like that... ;)
  6:49pm kat330:

Slap five, Matt, moi aussi! Now, some truly French music. 14th c. Guillaume de Machaut.
  6:51pm kat330:

Women weren't allowed to sing Gregorian chants.
  6:51pm david:

quite a hike up that hill to Notre Dame eh
  6:51pm abby&benny:

hey clay tunning in from berlin
  6:51pm Night Al:

I just got booked to work the 'Rock Of Ages" broadway show in Clearwater this weekend.
  6:52pm kat330:

Was he sounding like David Attenborough or something, David?
  6:52pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Clay have you done any work on Voicebunny.com? Its for voiceover's.
  6:52pm Philo Gristle:

Was in Finland earlier this year, met my mormon aunt and her hubby (nicest people ever), and they were talking about Romney's cayman island accounts in a not at all positive way. Seemed like they wanted to like him, but looking at policies and the person, could not. More difficult to do in the US, I suspect.
Avatar 6:52pm Clay:

Abby and Benny! Wie gehts. Du bist wunderbar mein freunden. Weidersehn. Accept!
  6:53pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: 14th century? That's long ago, you could read Rabelais along to that!
  6:54pm kat330:

I hope I'll feel like and be up to next week's duel (or truel?) after getting an FMU transmitter v. 5 inserted in my molar's canal that morning (so I can hear roots music I can really sink my teeth into).
  6:54pm Thierry from France:

Nice sounds from Paris, Clay!
  6:55pm kata:

did you have a rekyavik layover Clay ?
  6:55pm david:

no kat330 just random remark :)
Avatar 6:55pm Clay:

Gotta run. Night People up next. Thanks for listening everyone, and for pledging. DUEL next week with surprises! I had so much fun in paris. Thanks to the people of that magical place. Always remember!
  6:55pm kata:

I don't know how to spell it.
  6:56pm Matt from Springfield:

Ha ha, kat!
  6:56pm kat330:

@Matt: Rose, lis is a Machaut piece from around 1350 (you're not doing your Cloudy Sounds homework on me, Mitchum Mensch!)
  6:56pm Jeremy:

hey, what is this song? nice show, Clay!
  6:57pm Philo Gristle:

Night, Clay! Thanks for taking your recorder along for the trip!
  6:57pm kat330:

I like it, too, Jeremy, as I did the whole show, Clay! Thanks!!

G'night sweet friends!
  6:57pm Night Al:

Au revoir y'all!
  6:58pm Philo Gristle:

Night, People!
  6:58pm kat330:

(@Matt: Check out GTDS playlist for a late entry from last Friday)
  6:58pm northguineahills:

That was a fun show, Clay, thanks!
  6:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Very glad for this international Dusty--thanks for doing one on your vacation!
Toujours se rappeler!

Au revoir et bon nuit, all of you!
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